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Brussels puts biology in farming first

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26th May 2020

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News: AIPH and CitiesWithNature partnership will bring nature back into cities

DIDCOT, UK: The International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH), through its Green City initiative, and ICLEI, […]

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News: France’s leading florist chain Emova Group reports half-yearly results

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There are compelling economic, social, political and environmental drivers for a global response to plant health […]

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